FIAB Disposable Electrocautery Pens
FIAB puts the best cauteries in the hands of physicians, dermatologists, and ophthalmologists. Physicians may be confident when working with FIAB’s cautery pens for detailed, intricate, and precise procedural work.
Electrocautery single-use provides physicians the ability to perform precision surgeries. FIAB cauteries are the best when putting the right cautery into the hands of the physician, regardless of the procedure.
The disposable electrocauteries provide an excellent cost-effective alternative to the radiofrequency electrosurgical unit of the neutral plate and electrosurgical pencil. Thermal cautery technology is especially well-suited for surgical procedures such as dermatological cauterizations, small gynecological operations, hemostasis of pockets during pacemaker implantations, as well as cardiovascular, reconstructive, and ophthalmologic surgery.
This Electrocautery Pen is popular for many procedures including pinpoint hemostasis, controlling diffuse bleeders, and many others. It is simple and easy to use. Each cautery pen is in its own autoclave sterile pouch. This provides a safe and quality control product for medical, dental, or ophthalmology offices.
FIAB’s Cautery Pens
FIAB’s F7244 is high-temperature electrocautery. This single-use pen is a disposable cautery, with a high temperature of 1200°C/2192°F. It also has a 28mm fine tip for delicate and fine work.
The high-temperature model of the F7244 has proven itself to be particularly useful in the more popular sport of fly fishing. In other words, In the fly fishing world, it is the perfect tool for fine-tuning your fly. Because its more common uses are burning loose threads, deer hair, and synthetics from the eye of the hook.
FIAB’s F7255 is low-temperature electrocautery. This cautery pen is disposable and has a low-temperature of 600°C/1112°F. Each pen is secure in its own autoclave sterile pouch. Again, the low-temperature is ideal for physicians, dermatologists, and ophthalmologists working in minor or superficial areas. It’s a 28mm fine tip for precision work.
Once again, designed for medical procedures that require precise homeostasis, such as occult-plastic, hand surgery and orthopedic procedures, cardiovascular, and thoracic. Furthermore, using F7244 or F7255 for cauterization satisfies many areas in the medical field.
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